Applicants should normally hold a 2.1 undergradaute degree or equivalent or appropriate experience for mature candidates (over 25).
Months of entry
Much contemporary visual arts practice is concerned with a re-evaluation of the traditional forms and functions of art in society. This programme facilitates the development of your practice whether it involves drawing, painting or print making, lens-based and time based media, site-specific installations, or combinations of these. You will be encouraged to relate your practice to the contemporary dialogues within visual culture and to develop skills in the manipulation of materials so that your work becomes both conceptually robust and perceptually intriguing.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Catrin Webster